Contract awarded for GHA overheating research project

Contract awarded for GHA overheating research project

The Good Homes Alliance is pleased to announce that a contract has now been awarded for our recent overheating research project tender. The aim of the project is to develop guidance and tools to help planners and design teams identify and mitigate the risk of overheating in housing developments at
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The threat to our climate and the new homes challenge

The threat to our climate and the new homes challenge

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued their starkest warning yet and a call to action with its fifth report calling for the world’s needs to be met by building a net zero global economy by 2050.  The Good Homes Alliance believes the following actions need to take place
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GHA overheating research project opens for tenders

GHA overheating research project opens for tenders

We are pleased to announce that the tendering process for our overheating research project is now open. The aim of the research is to develop guidance and tools to help planners and design teams identify and mitigate the risk of overheating in housing developments at an early stage. Key information
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Free event for local authorities, housing associations and developers

Free event for local authorities, housing associations and developers

Do you work for a developer, housing association or local authority housing delivery arm in South West England? If so, we invite you to a FREE to attend, invite-only event to hear from those working at the cutting-edge to deliver low-energy, high quality and healthy homes.
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Alternative Housing Delivery Models, Kent

Alternative Housing Delivery Models, Kent

We had a full house at our Alternative Housing Delivery Models event in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent on Wednesday 23rd May, with seven excellent presentations from our speakers. This is the second event GHA has held on this subject and we hope to hold more across the UK in the future.
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